Air pollution kills more than seven million people a year
Air pollution kills an estimated seven million people worldwide every year according to the World Health Organisation. And scientists believe…
Air pollution kills an estimated seven million people worldwide every year according to the World Health Organisation. And scientists believe they have found evidence that brain inflammation caused by air pollution is reducing sperm counts in men.
This portrait serves a reminder to the UK’s leaders that air pollution kills and impacts the health of people across the country. It’s time for the government to commit to bolder clean air laws to protect our lungs and futures.
Air pollution kills over 1 million people a year annually in India. Under a net zero target, by 2040, the number of annual deaths due to air pollution would have halved.
What people are saying?
Carrie Kelly Some individuals are more sensitive than others … and we are not doing enough to stop smoking, which adds huge amounts of toxic chemicals and pesticides, to our air every day.
LinHar We need to stop deforestation, the lack of trees, the increase in cars it’s a lethal combination. Stop the chemtrails, and do not tell me it’s natural when a plane reaches a certain height, I’m talking about the deliberate chemtrails. It needs to stop!